Blake Lively Elevates a Simple LBD With Studded Louboutin Snakeskin Sandals

Blake Lively made Lorraine Schwartz’s launch party for The Eye Bangle at Delilah in West Hollywood, Calif., last night a family affair.

The actress posed with mom Elaine Lively and sister Robyn as well as brother-in-law Bart Johnson wearing an LBD by Brandon Maxwell. The simple curve-hugging number, which retails for $2,195, served as the foundation for her eye-catching accessories.

In addition to chunky sparkling hoop earrings and a wrist full of bangles appropriate for the occasion, the 30-year-old mom of two spiced up her look with embellished strappy sandals from Christian Louboutin.

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Blake Lively with mom Elaine, sister Robyn and brother-in-law Bart Johnson.
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Priced at just under $1,000, the standout style features a genuine leather and snakeskin upper and polished arcs of graduated-scale dome studs.

It’s no wonder that Blake would reach for Louboutins for the evening out, as she’s a proven fan of the iconic designer’s work and recently hit Michael Kors’ New York Fashion Week show wearing patent leather heart motif Loubs in honor of Valentine’s Day.

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Blake Lively’s shoes.
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Inside the bash — celebrating the famed jeweler’s new addition to her signature Against Evil Eye collection — the “Gossip Girl” alum’s sister Robyn caught Usher dancing with Schwartz to his hit song featuring Lil’ Jon & Ludacris, “Yeah!” on her Instagram story.

Other A-list attendees included Rita Ora, Halsey, Pharrell Williams, Heidi Klum, “Modern Family” co-stars Sarah Hyland and Sofia Vergara, and Kim Kardashian.

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